The Forbes.com e-mail list has been compromised. How do I know? I create a unique e-mail address for everything online that I subscribe to.
When I get spam, I check the address the spammers sent it TO, to determine who’s responsible for either giving my address away or who’s responsible for not protecting our private data.
In this case, it is definitely forbes.com. As you can see in the pasted spam e-mail, the address they sent it to is one of my addresses, but the only one where I have “forbes.com” in the e-mail address.
And, this is obviously not an authorized Forbes.com e-mail message because it looks highly unprofessional, is an obvious scam, and all the links point to .ru websites. Those are in Russia. Also, I never entered a prize contest on Forbes.
Forbes needs to get on the ball and protect your registration information and issue a warning to all of their subscribers.
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